SHNs were decoded to wave and SF 6.0 was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch both of the sources. CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume
for the SBD & AUD. This is a 50% SBD, 50% AUD mix.
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D1 prior to stereo mixdown the right channel was slightly
lower on the SBD source. I bumped them up 1.5db to match
the left channel. Set 2 was fine, no adjustments.
D2 and D3 can be assembled seamlessly on longer media.
Both the SBD and the AUD sources had breaks bwtn the D2
and D3 change. Fortunately at different spots. I patched
the missing SBD portion, approx 5 seconds, with the AUD. I
patched the missing AUD portion, approx 2 seconds, with the
SBD. The result was smooth and most likely unnoticeable.
There was approx 1:10 of crowd cut btwn the last song and
the encore on the AUD source. I trimmed the SBD accordingly
b/c it wasn't worth the effort to patch crowd cheer. It
still sounds pretty smooth anyway.
September 8, 2011 Subject:
This sucks that I can't listen to this on archive. For all of these releases you can still download the SBD (in FLAC/SHN format) over on bt.etree.org
May 21, 2010 Subject:
This Right Here Is BULL**** !!!!!!
This show was NOT commercially released PARTS of it were. And the matrix recordings certainly were not released. Isn't it bad enough rhino keeps putting out those lame compilations but now they're yanking them off this site. It was bad enough when they stopped letting people download the soundsboard, but this really sucks!! These crouchitty old farts making these decisions are unworthy of ownership of these recordings!!!!